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|3.||Good Day To Die||4:00|
|5.||By The Sound of Her Wings||4:27|
|6.||Go For a Ride||4:40|
|7.||Live Up to Life||4:30|
|10.||Touch of Strange||3:54|
|11.||Diary of Nobody||4:24|
|Total Running Time:||55:42|
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|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: March 8, 2014 at 21:15|
|I think a lot of people had expectations about what Soulmotor might sound like, just because the bassist from Tesla was in the band, although not the leader or main songwriter. Of the three Tesla side-projects from the broken-up years (Bar 7, Moon Dog Mane), SoulMotor probably sounds the least like that band. What you get iss kind of a grungy, modern approach to Badlands-like bluesy '70's-inspired metal. GUitars are down-tuned, vocals are deep and somewhat gruff, but not without melody, and the riffs are heavy, but not in a flashy, shredding way. Not a bad disc at all, unless you're expecting Tesla, in which case you'lll be disappointed, and would be better checking out Bar 7 if you haven't already. "Guardian Angel" got some airplay in '99, and they even played the lone rock club in my hometown, which is not at all known for getting national acts.|
|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: March 8, 2014 at 21:16|
|They have two other albums that I know of, but I don't own either, and finding specific lineup information on them is not easy.|
|From: Japangea||Date: March 17, 2014 at 12:44|
|Atomic Tommy Mex-UFO,was on the guitar on this album(not on others unfortunately).He used to be in the same band with some Tesla member(s)....as much as I know.....and that's why they formed this band,I just guess.Nice heavy rock and this can be closer to Psycho Motel in sound that Adrian Smith once did.|
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